ARRANDALE was the site of a SALMON cannery overlooking PORTLAND INLET at the mouth of the NASS R. It began SALMON CANNING operations in 1904 and remained in business under a series of owners until 1942, employing a workforce made up mainly of NISGA'A people from villages on the Nass. There were also immigration buildings, a PROVINCIAL POLICE post and a second cannery, the Port Nelson, next door.

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